East Africa entertainment is seeing a new generation of Bongo Flava music thanks to new talents in the industry. K Loh, a young Tanzanian prodigy, has particularly caught the eyes of many bongo fans after releasing major hits with top artists such as Chidi Benz and PNC. In an interview with Dizzim Online, K Loh explains the many challenges he had to go through before he got into stardom, among them being rejection by Tanzanian’s own Madee.
K Loh is currently signed under. In the interview, he explains how he approached Madee in his then office and asked for a collabo with the famous Tanzanian bongo artist. He was unfortunately hit with a big No followed by a mean comment. “Aliniambia sifanyi kazi na watoto,” he explains. K Loh admits that the rejection was a big blow to him, especially because he was a huge fan of Madee’s music. Nonetheless, he had to move on from the incident and find greener pastures elsewhere. Luckily for him, he found favor with Tundaman and he was able to push forward with his dream.
Though popular in his home city, K Loh seems optimistic to become the next big bongo artist in EastAfrica. He told Dizzim Online in the interview that he has already talked to top African artists such as Rayvanny and Ali Kiba and he looks forward to working with them in the near future. He also admits that he really to get a deal from Wasafi Records, the big name responsible for top African artists such as Diamond Platnumz and Harmonize.
K Loh is a responsible, young and talented Tanzanian Bongo Flava musician and he is ready to learn before he joins the industry. His latest release, Usizime Data, featuring Country Boy is already sparking major chats on social media and we can only expect big things from the artist soon.